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If you are in the market looking for the best phones under 10000, chances are that you will end up with too many options. As technology continues to become more affordable with each passing month, features such as 16MP rear cameras, FHD+ displays and fingerprint sensors have started making their way to mobile under 10,000. Moreover, the increase in battery size means that users do not have to charge their phones too often. Which one should you buy, though? We sifted through the latest mobile phone under 10,000 and curated a comprehensive list of the best smartphones under 10,000. These new phone under 10000 will give you the best of all worlds, for smartphones within this price.

The Redmi Note 7 may not offer the 48MP camera, but it does offer a refined experience that won't let you down thanks to a Snapdragon 660 SoC under the hood. Add to that the new gradient colours and a vibrant new display, the Redmi Note 7 is one of the best phones to buy under Rs 15,000. The Redmi Note 7 has similar hardware as the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 but with a smaller 4,000mAh battery. The performance, as a result is quite similar to Asus' offering. The mid-range SoC used in the Redmi Note 7 is apparently clocked at the peak frequency supported by the CPUs which Xiaomi claims offers better performance as compared to other Snapdragon 660-powered phones. On benchmarks, the Redmi Note 7 sits on top of other Snapdragon 660-powereds smartphones available in India. The camera performance is arguably better. The 12MP sensor makes for good sharable photos while the front camera takes good enough selfies. The primary camera has AI scene detection and a night mode that uses multi-frame processing to reduce noise and improve details. The Redmi Note 7 is also a good phone design-wise. It's protected with Gorilla Glass 5 on both sides and comes with a premium glass finish. The phone however looks the same as the other Redmi Note phones and they’re very difficult to tell apart. The phone runs on MIUI 10 which has the bad reputation of serving ads in the UI but overall, it’s quite polished and optimised.


Screen Size : 6.3" (1080 X 2340)
Camera : 12 + 2 | 13 MP
Battery : 4000 mAh
operating system : Android
Soc : Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 MSM8956
Processor : Octa

With a high-res 32MP selfie camera, the Redmi Y3 establishes as a selfie-centric phone in the market. But it's more than that with an equally capable of dual camera on the back and decent performance thanks to a Snapdragon 632 SoC, especially in gaming. It also manages to look good with gradient colours and a waterdrop notch display. Between the Redmi Y3 and the Redmi Note 7, the Redmi Y3 does have a better selfie camera but the performance doesn't match up to the Redmi Note 7 Pro. The Snapdragon 632 is visibly slower than the Snapdragon 660. As a result, this phone is good mostly for selfie lovers. The dual rear cameras are decent and is assisted by AI scene recognition and comes with a night mode. Design wise, it looks a lot like the Redmi Note series phones, but with a more curved back and a plastic body. The Redmi Y3 is also surprisingly good at handling games like PUBG Mobile. Out of the other budget phones, this is perhaps the best for games like PUBG Mobile.
Screen Size:6.26" (1520 X 720)
Camera:12 + 2 | 32 MP
Battery:4000 mAh
operating system:Android
Soc:Snapdragon 632

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